Eurythmy at Waldorf Schools
Tucson Waldorf School Blog
by Naomi McCoy
6M ago
Dear Tucson Waldorf School Community,  I hope that you all have had a restful and rejuvenating winter break. This time away allows for reflection and re-commitment to our life paths […] The post Eurythmy at Waldorf Schools appeared first on Tucson Waldorf School ..read more
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Indigenous Wisdom Sharing
Tucson Waldorf School Blog
by Naomi McCoy
7M ago
by Emma Maruska, Practical Arts Teacher, DEIJ Committee Member   Beginning in October, the DEIJ Committee sought out community involvement in developing an initiative to bring more local Indigenous culture […] The post Indigenous Wisdom Sharing appeared first on Tucson Waldorf School ..read more
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The Influence of African Music on Latin Music
Tucson Waldorf School Blog
by Naomi McCoy
1y ago
The Influence of African Music on Latin Music by Maestra Moreno To celebrate Black History Month in February, Grades 7 & 8 have been learning about the influence of African […] The post The Influence of African Music on Latin Music appeared first on Tucson Waldorf School ..read more
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The Gift of the Dragon
Tucson Waldorf School Blog
by Naomi McCoy
1y ago
Chalkboard art by Mr. Doyle The Gift of the Dragon by Jen Rosenstein, Pedagogical Director Today, we had our annual Michaelmas: Festival of Courage pageant and games on campus! It was lovely to have such a large group of parents who were able to witness this autumnal passage with us. As we move from the […] The post The Gift of the Dragon appeared first on Tucson Waldorf School ..read more
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Happy Juneteenth!
Tucson Waldorf School Blog
by Naomi McCoy
2y ago
Happy Juneteenth! by Jen Rosenstein Pedagogical Director   We Rose From Africa’s heart, we rose Already a people, our faces ebon, our bodies lean, We rose Skills of art, life, beauty and family Crushed by forces we knew nothing of, we rose Survive we must, we did We rose We rose to be you, we […] The post Happy Juneteenth! appeared first on Tucson Waldorf School ..read more
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Children’s Books: Windows and Reflections, by Ms. Nicole
Tucson Waldorf School Blog
by Naomi McCoy
2y ago
Children’s Books: Windows and Reflections by Ms. Nicole, Rosemary Garden Teacher We all have our favorite books from childhood. I can still easily recall the books that I wanted my dad to read repeatedly until I had them memorized.  And so many that were illustrated with such detail and beauty,  I could spend hours staring […] The post Children’s Books: Windows and Reflections, by Ms. Nicole appeared first on Tucson Waldorf School ..read more
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Faculty Post: Grade 6 DEI Curriculum Insight, by Aaron Doyle
Tucson Waldorf School Blog
by Naomi McCoy
3y ago
Faculty Post: Grade 6 DEI Curriculum Insight by Aaron Doyle This month in Grade 6, we have been studying Africa and the Americas.  I hope to share not only some of the content we covered, but also the considerations and constraints I considered and what informed the direction of this block. In Grade 6, geography […] The post Faculty Post: Grade 6 DEI Curriculum Insight, by Aaron Doyle appeared first on Tucson Waldorf School ..read more
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Grade 8 Project Presentations
Tucson Waldorf School Blog
by Naomi McCoy
3y ago
This year, the graduating class of 2020 was unable to deliver their presentations in person. Instead, they offer you the next best thing: video presentations. Please help us congratulate these scholars on their hard work! Drake Ambagis: Blacksmithing Video: Drake Research Paper: Drake Jaiden Gassen: Cooking Video: Jaiden Research Paper: Jaiden Ben Hurwitz: Magic Video: […] The post Grade 8 Project Presentations appeared first on Tucson Waldorf School ..read more
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New Faces, New Places: Here’s What’s Happening in TWS Faculty
Tucson Waldorf School Blog
by Naomi McCoy
3y ago
Please join us in welcoming our new faculty members …   Aaron Doyle, Grades Teacher (class of 2023) Mr. Doyle will be taking over for Mr. Keeney (the incoming Pedagogical Director) to lead the class of 2023 on their journey from Grade 5 through 8.  Aaron originally hails from Oregon, and has a BFA in […] The post New Faces, New Places: Here’s What’s Happening in TWS Faculty appeared first on Tucson Waldorf School ..read more
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TWS25/Waldorf100 Interview Seven: Heidi Johnson
Tucson Waldorf School Blog
by Naomi McCoy
3y ago
Interview seven of our TWS25/Waldorf 100 anniversary series is with TWS Movement Education teacher Heidi Johnson. Heidi started the Movement Education program at TWS 19 years ago, and in this interview she shares her perspective on the importance of movement, believing in her students, and meeting them where they are. The post TWS25/Waldorf100 Interview Seven: Heidi Johnson appeared first on Tucson Waldorf School ..read more
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